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National Vital Statistics Report

Volume 58, Number 25

 

Births, Marriages, Divorces, and Deaths: Provisional Data for 2009

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Notice

Births, Marriages, Divorces, and Deaths: Provisional Data for 2009 will be the final issue of the monthly provisional data series.

See the NVSR Monthly Provisional Notice for more information.

Technical Notes

Data shown here are provisional and include only events occurring within the United States (50 states and the District of Columbia). Provisional birth, death, and infant death data in this report are based on a combination of counts of events provided by each reporting area and registered vital events processed into National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) data files. Some of these may not have occurred in the specified month of this report. Monthly provisional birth, death, and infant death data may be updated during the course of a data year. Updates based on registered events will be included in the month the event occurred. However, updates based on counts received from the states may include the event in the month it was processed rather than the month in which it occurred. This may result in a low figure for a given month followed by a high figure for the month(s) in which the delayed records were processed. Once the provisional data year has ended, updates cease. Thus, provisional birth, death, and infant death data may not accurately track either the preliminary or the final number of events registered.

Marriage and divorce data in this report are counts of all events occurring in the state that were received in the registration offices during the 1-month period. Divorce figures include reported annulments. There is considerable variability among the states in the procedures that are used to submit the counts of marriages and divorces to NCHS and in the extent to which the states update their counts of marriages and divorces as new information is received. Therefore, counts vary in their completeness. Marriage and divorce counts, unlike other provisional data, may be updated after the end of a data year if final counts are provided by the state. Readers seeking further information on this should contact NCHS at births@cdc.gov.

Tables A and B provide monthly, year-to-date, and 12-month ending counts and rates for births, deaths (excluding fetal deaths), and marriages, and 12-month ending rates for divorces. These counts include events occurring in the United States to nonresidents of the United States and differ from the data in preliminary and final reports that are based on place of residence. Birth, death, and infant death figures (death and infant death figures exclude fetal deaths) in Table 1 for each state are estimates by state of residence. These estimates are derived by applying adjustment ratios to the number of events recorded as occurring in the state during a 1-month period. The adjustment ratios for each data year represent the observed relationship between final state occurrence figures and final state residence figures for the 3 most recent years for which final data were available and are expressed as a single ratio for each state for births and deaths. Monthly state marriage and divorce figures shown in Table 2 represent the actual count of all events occurring in the state (state of occurrence) and are not adjusted by state of residence.

Until 1998, provisional totals for births, marriages, and divorces for the entire United States included corrections for observed differences between provisional and final figures. These corrections compensated for delays in reporting. Beginning with data for January 1998, these monthly corrections for births, marriages, and divorces have been discontinued. Further information on these changes has been provided in the National Vital Statistics Reports presenting provisional data for January (vol. 48, no. 1), February (vol. 48, no. 2), and March (vol. 48, no. 4) 1999, available from the National Center for Health Statistics website.

NCHS has ceased publishing divorce counts and rates based on provisional data from the combined 50 states because it is no longer statistically feasible to calculate estimates of monthly divorce counts for nonreporting states (California, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, and Minnesota). Instead, NCHS publishes only the 12-month divorce rates shown in Table A, based solely on the combined counts and populations for reporting states and the District of Columbia. Aggregate 1-month, cumulative counts and rates, and 12-month counts for divorces have been discontinued because of their very limited usefulness when based on less than the full complement of states. Monthly marriage and divorce counts as reported by each state will continue to be shown in Table 2.

Population estimates used for computing rates originate from the U.S. Census Bureau and are based on the 2000 census. All population estimates used for a single data year are based on population estimates of the same vintage (that is, the same reference year). Changes in rates between years in part reflect differences between vintages of the population estimates. Monthly population estimates may fluctuate from month to month even among estimates of the same vintage. This is especially true for population subgroups (e.g., females 15-44). This monthly variability in population estimates will be reflected in population based rates. Monthly rates are based on populations estimated for the specific month. Year-to-date rates are averages of monthly rates that have been weighted by the number of days in the corresponding months. Rates for 12-month periods are the sum of events for the period per population estimated at the midpoint of the period. Populations have been estimated by NCHS for the 12-month divorce rates based on the 44 reporting states and the District of Columbia. Monthly infant mortality rates are based on relatively few events and are highly variable. As a result, NCHS has discontinued publishing provisional monthly state specific infant mortality rates. National monthly infant mortality rates will continue to be available in Tables A and B.

 

List of Detailed Tables

  1. Provisional number of live births and deaths: Each state and Puerto Rico, December 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009
  2. Provisional number of marriages and divorces: Each state and Puerto Rico, December 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

 

Acknowledgments

This report was prepared by Betzaida Tejada-Vera of the Mortality Statistics Branch (MSB) and Paul D. Sutton of the Reproductive Statistics Branch (RSB) of the Division of Vital Statistics (DVS) under the general direction of Stephanie J. Ventura, Chief, RSB, and Charles J. Rothwell, Director, DVS. Connie Gentry, Chrissy Jarman, Susan McBroom, Senora Roberson, and Pam Stephenson of the Data Acquisition and Evaluation Branch (DAEB) were responsible for acquisition of the provisional data. Brenda Green, Kryn Krautheim, David Justice, Jenny Justice, and Adrienne Rouse, also of DAEB, evaluated the quality of the provisional data. This report was edited by Demarius V. Miller and Laura Drescher, CDC/NCHM/Division of Creative Services, Writer-Editor Services Branch, and typeset by Jacqueline M. Davis, CDC/NCHM/Division of Creative Services, Graphic Services Branch.

 

Copyright information

All material appearing in this report is in the public domain and may be reproduced or copied without permission; citation as to source, however, is appreciated.

 

Suggested citation

Tejada-Vera B, Sutton PD. Births, marriages, divorces, and deaths: Provisional data for 2009. National vital statistics reports; vol 58, no 25. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2010.

 

Tables

 

Table A

 

Table A1. Provisional vital statistics for the United States, December 2009

[Rates for infant deaths are deaths under 1 year per 1,000 live births; fertility rates are live births per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years; all other rates are per 1,000 total population. National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are subject to monthly reporting variation. See "Technical Notes"]

Item December 2009 (Number) December 2008 (Number) December 2009 (Rate) December 2008 (Rate)
Live births 344,000 351,000 13.1 13.5
Fertility rate 65.5 66.6
Deaths 216,000 213,000 8.3 8.2
Infant deaths 2,000 2,200 5.9 6.3
Natural increase 128,000 138,000 4.8 5.3
Marriages1 138,000 140,000 5.3 5.4
Divorces2 --- --- --- ---
Population base (in millions) 308.1 305.8

See footnotes at end of Table A2

 

Table A2. Provisional vital statistics for the United States, December 2009

[Rates for infant deaths are deaths under 1 year per 1,000 live births; fertility rates are live births per 1,000 women aged 15-44 years; all other rates are per 1,000 total population. National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are subject to monthly reporting variation. See "Technical Notes"]

Item 12 months ending with December 2009 (Number) 12 months ending with December 2008 (Number) 12 months ending with December 2009 (Rate) 12 months ending with December 2008 (Rate) 12 months ending with December 2007 (Rate)
Live births 4,136,000 4,247,000 13.5 13.9 14.3
Fertility rate 66.8 68.4 69.2
Deaths 2,426,000 2,453,000 7.9 8.1 8.0
Infant deaths 26,200 27,600 6.3 6.5 6.6
Natural increase 1,710,000 1,794,000 5.6 5.8 6.3
Marriages1 2,077,000 2,157,000 6.8 7.1 7.3
Divorces2 --- --- 3.4 3.5 3.6
Population base (in millions) 306.8 304.5 302.2

… Category not applicable.

--- Data not available.

1The 12-month ending marriage figures for 2007 excludes data for Louisiana. The population for this marriage rate also excludes Louisiana.

2Divorce figures exclude data for California, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Louisiana, and Minnesota. Populations for divorce rates also exclude these states.

NOTE: Figures include all revisions received from the states and, therefore, may differ from those previously published; see "Technical Notes."

 

Table B

 

Table B1. Provisional number of live births, by month: United States, January 2008-December 2009

[National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are provisional and are subject to monthly reporting variation; see "Technical Notes"]

Period Number Rate per 1,000 population Rate per 1,000 population (Unadjusted) Rate per 1,000 women aged 15-44 (Seasonally adjusted1)
January 2008 356,000 13.9 67.8 71.2
February 2008 338,000 14.1 68.7 70.2
March 2008 350,000 13.6 66.6 67.1
April 2008 346,000 13.9 67.9 69.2
May 2008 355,000 13.8 67.5 68.5
June 2008 349,000 14.0 68.5 67.1
July 2008 376,000 14.6 71.4 70.0
August 2008 373,000 14.5 70.9 68.0
September 2008 369,000 14.8 72.4 68.4
October 2008 359,000 13.9 68.2 68.1
November 2008 325,000 13.0 63.8 64.7
December 2008 351,000 13.5 66.6 68.1
January 2009 339,000 13.0 64.4 67.7
February 2009 317,000 13.5 66.8 68.3
March 2009 348,000 13.4 66.3 66.9
April 2009 337,000 13.4 66.4 67.6
May 2009 345,000 13.3 65.7 66.7
June 2009 348,000 13.8 68.3 66.9
July 2009 369,000 14.2 70.2 68.7
August 2009 360,000 13.8 68.6 65.8
September 2009 362,000 14.3 71.2 67.3
October 2009 347,000 13.3 66.1 66.0
November 2009 319,000 12.6 62.8 63.7
December 2009 344,000 13.1 65.5 66.9

See footnotes at end of Table B2

 

Table B2. Provisional number and rate of marriages, divorces, and infant deaths by month: United States, January 2008-December 2009

[National data are based on events occurring in the United States, regardless of place of residence. Data are provisional and are subject to monthly reporting variation; see "Technical Notes"]

Period Number of marriages Marriage rate per 1,000 population Number of deaths Death rate per 1,000 population Number of infant deaths Infant death rate per 1,000 live births
January 2008 107,000 4.2 224,000 8.7 2,500 6.9
February 2008 138,000 5.7 222,000 9.3 2,300 6.8
March 2008 147,000 5.7 231,000 9.0 2,400 6.9
April 2008 163,000 6.5 206,000 8.3 2,200 6.4
May 2008 211,000 8.2 201,000 7.8 2,400 6.6
June 2008 239,000 9.6 190,000 7.6 2,200 6.4
July 2008 213,000 8.3 191,000 7.4 2,300 6.2
August 2008 251,000 9.7 191,000 7.4 2,400 6.5
September 2008 198,000 7.9 186,000 7.5 2,100 5.9
October 2008 206,000 8.0 198,000 7.7 2,300 6.4
November 2008 145,000 5.8 200,000 8.0 2,200 6.5
December 2008 140,000 5.4 213,000 8.2 2,200 6.3
January 2009 123,000 4.8 222,000 8.6 2,300 6.6
February 2009 127,000 5.4 200,000 8.5 2,100 6.5
March 2009 146,000 5.6 216,000 8.3 2,300 6.7
April 2009 163,000 6.5 203,000 8.0 2,300 6.9
May 2009 179,000 6.9 199,000 7.7 2,300 6.5
June 2009 217,000 8.6 191,000 7.6 2,200 6.3
July 2009 217,000 8.3 194,000 7.4 2,100 5.9
August 2009 212,000 8.1 192,000 7.4 2,300 6.4
September 2009 205,000 8.1 188,000 7.5 2,100 5.9
October 2009 196,000 7.5 206,000 7.9 2,200 6.3
November 2009 153,000 6.1 199,000 7.9 2,000 6.1
December 2009 138,000 5.3 216,000 8.3 2,000 5.9

1The method of seasonal adjustment, developed by the U.S. Census Bureau, is described in The X-11 Variant of the Census Method II Seasonal Adjustment Program, Technical Paper No. 15 (1967 revision).

NOTE: Figures include all revisions received from the states and, therefore, may differ from those previously published; see "Technical Notes."

 

Table 1

 

Table 1a. Provisional number of live births: Each state and Puerto Rico, December 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[Data are estimates by state of residence]

Area December 2009 December 2008 January-December 2009 January-December 2008 January-December 2007
Alabama 5,352 5,695 62,478 64,683 65,219
Alaska 861 944 11,294 11,444 11,060
Arizona 7,775 8,391 92,925 99,873 103,646
Arkansas 3,400 3,519 39,738 40,269 40,939
California 45,831 45,835 530,659 551,592 566,388
Colorado 5,572 5,718 68,705 70,271 70,992
Connecticut 3,060 3,123 39,083 40,406 41,684
Delaware 891 941 11,414 11,810 11,774
District of Columbia 639 651 7,938 7,794 7,628
Florida 18,622 19,812 220,650 231,395 239,273
Georgia 11,884 12,606 141,334 146,411 147,294
Hawaii 1,573 1,658 18,864 19,431 19,110
Idaho 1,849 1,985 23,793 25,288 25,053
Illinois 14,166 14,144 171,214 176,673 182,135
Indiana 7,112 7,362 86,852 88,176 89,916
Iowa 3,247 3,349 39,589 40,156 40,778
Kansas 3,469 3,496 41,602 41,687 42,268
Kentucky 4,742 5,052 57,263 58,402 59,127
Louisiana 5,659 5,659 65,085 64,396 65,219
Maine 1,052 1,044 13,506 13,672 14,177
Maryland 6,411 6,519 76,329 78,774 79,476
Massachusetts 6,010 6,080 74,643 76,526 77,731
Michigan 9,206 9,727 117,257 120,997 125,880
Minnesota 5,765 5,719 70,414 72,213 73,599
Mississippi 3,703 4,003 43,188 45,411 46,690
Missouri 6,472 6,733 78,624 81,099 81,827
Montana 936 1,020 12,212 12,561 12,407
Nebraska 2,190 2,213 27,034 26,914 26,967
Nevada 3,292 2,895 38,723 39,167 41,041
New Hampshire 1,031 1,080 13,746 14,066 14,397
New Jersey 8,946 9,292 109,978 112,658 115,294
New Mexico 2,292 2,197 28,841 29,683 30,392
New York 21,072 20,775 255,332 255,284 258,249
North Carolina 10,492 11,187 127,237 131,251 131,314
North Dakota 741 741 8,958 8,973 8,837
Ohio 11,691 12,405 144,929 148,850 150,892
Oklahoma 4,802 4,796 53,786 54,898 55,372
Oregon 3,663 3,873 47,016 48,619 48,957
Pennsylvania 11,991 11,956 146,851 148,640 149,970
Rhode Island 933 923 11,494 12,006 12,503
South Carolina 5,086 5,444 60,412 63,001 62,851
South Dakota 990 926 11,984 12,089 12,344
Tennessee 6,909 7,076 81,930 85,319 85,894
Texas 34,363 32,880 396,278 403,019 405,376
Utah 4,223 4,376 54,034 55,559 55,002
Vermont 458 469 6,118 6,275 6,492
Virginia 8,697 8,889 104,917 107,150 109,615
Washington 6,937 7,236 89,460 90,721 89,387
West Virginia 1,768 1,804 20,982 21,005 21,432
Wisconsin 5,415 5,795 71,217 72,471 72,932
Wyoming 605 649 7,780 7,976 7,858
Puerto Rico 3,226 4,062 43,616 45,367 46,551

See footnotes at end of Table 1b

 

Table 1b. Provisional number of deaths: Each state and Puerto Rico, December 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[Data are estimates by state of residence]

Area December 2009 December 2008 January-December 2009 January-December 2008 January-December 2007
Alabama 4,330 4,188 47,366 47,821 46,764
Alaska 286 309 3,610 3,503 3,486
Arizona 4,026 3,898 45,464 45,493 45,215
Arkansas 2,590 2,615 28,810 29,330 28,324
California 21,135 19,602 232,409 232,719 237,059
Colorado 2,824 2,731 31,162 31,402 30,077
Connecticut 2,477 2,346 28,446 28,610 28,536
Delaware 658 689 7,650 7,475 7,332
District of Columbia 338 501 4,848 5,115 5,217
Florida 14,624 14,751 169,959 170,535 167,196
Georgia 6,039 6,045 67,402 68,055 65,913
Hawaii 774 798 9,727 9,270 9,319
Idaho 999 931 11,124 11,006 10,967
Illinois 10,031 9,073 100,431 100,247 100,049
Indiana 4,993 4,934 56,088 54,612 54,246
Iowa 2,513 2,639 27,563 28,731 27,304
Kansas 2,104 2,132 23,690 24,643 24,307
Kentucky 2,996 3,300 40,230 40,720 39,315
Louisiana 3,078 3,054 39,217 39,634 38,611
Maine 1,256 1,056 12,579 12,433 12,398
Maryland 3,804 4,021 43,448 43,786 43,715
Massachusetts 4,576 4,780 51,912 52,892 53,109
Michigan 7,585 7,682 85,546 88,450 86,740
Minnesota 3,335 3,605 37,767 38,529 37,116
Mississippi 2,406 2,533 28,081 28,910 28,236
Missouri 4,820 4,897 54,601 56,919 54,463
Montana 761 788 8,721 8,907 8,616
Nebraska 1,304 1,363 14,900 15,492 15,280
Nevada 1,761 1,409 19,680 18,942 19,771
New Hampshire 846 902 10,157 10,272 10,178
New Jersey 6,126 5,758 68,339 68,506 69,172
New Mexico 1,259 1,265 15,200 15,586 15,261
New York 13,221 13,231 145,952 149,634 148,378
North Carolina 6,916 6,865 77,164 77,392 76,093
North Dakota 505 494 6,022 5,939 5,648
Ohio 9,577 9,849 107,268 109,831 106,772
Oklahoma 3,165 3,330 35,447 36,945 36,074
Oregon 2,779 2,707 31,538 31,767 29,186
Pennsylvania 11,397 9,700 124,724 125,754 124,485
Rhode Island 802 810 9,410 9,774 9,751
South Carolina 3,615 3,302 38,435 38,354 37,763
South Dakota 617 526 6,948 6,946 6,821
Tennessee 5,312 5,269 58,067 58,676 56,948
Texas 14,469 14,523 162,289 163,991 158,740
Utah 1,243 1,210 14,205 14,064 14,142
Vermont 450 462 4,981 5,119 4,919
Virginia 5,245 5,380 58,418 59,038 57,954
Washington 4,054 3,912 47,973 48,347 47,043
West Virginia 1,907 1,947 21,291 21,466 20,912
Wisconsin 3,784 4,201 45,121 46,813 46,130
Wyoming 352 383 4,200 4,175 4,200
Puerto Rico 1,680 2,573 27,836 28,570 28,606

NOTE: Figures include all revisions received from the states and, therefore, may differ from those previously published; see "Technical Notes."

 

Table 2

 

Table 2a. Provisional number of marriages: Each state and Puerto Rico, December 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[By state of occurrence.]

Area December 20091 December 20082 January-December 2009 1 January-December 20082 January-December 20072
Alabama 2,684 3,041 37,284 40,638 41,622
Alaska 361 420 5,525 5,790 5,800
Arizona3 3,236 2,884 35,338 37,772 39,495
Arkansas 2,489 776 31,622 30,476 34,275
California 15,208 16,069 213,922 247,022 225,920
Colorado 1,316 2,196 37,439 35,964 34,160
Connecticut 2,046 1,407 19,800 19,099 19,502
Delaware 321 283 5,138 4,826 4,970
District of Columbia 104 115 1,892 2,367 2,418
Florida 10,002 11,459 141,175 147,882 155,929
Georgia 4,250 548 63,640 57,361 64,034
Hawaii 1,243 1,621 22,215 25,461 27,346
Idaho 820 1,024 13,873 14,649 14,981
Illinois 5,129 4,590 72,741 74,935 76,830
Indiana 4,923 4,932 52,900 51,671 44,441
Iowa 796 963 21,172 19,566 19,895
Kansas 1,683 2,817 18,475 18,775 19,024
Kentucky 1,714 2,318 33,422 33,928 33,351
Louisiana 624 2,406 28,716 30,032 32,787
Maine 612 463 9,446 9,841 9,870
Maryland 2,170 2,323 32,403 33,601 36,618
Massachusetts 2,075 1,919 36,701 36,923 37,895
Michigan 2,895 3,113 53,143 55,465 56,996
Minnesota 1,333 1,464 28,382 28,581 30,070
Mississippi 865 1,077 14,480 15,157 15,824
Missouri 2,306 2,476 39,767 40,146 40,405
Montana 398 451 7,132 7,467 7,263
Nebraska 306 712 12,468 12,353 12,159
Nevada 7,416 8,564 108,150 112,185 126,354
New Hampshire 451 423 8,509 8,993 9,350
New Jersey 2,349 2,852 46,291 46,689 46,519
New Mexico4 952 507 10,208 8,033 11,229
New York3 8,442 8,265 120,137 126,891 129,943
North Carolina 4,448 4,448 65,817 64,308 63,932
North Dakota 220 251 4,305 4,280 4,316
Ohio 4,067 4,207 64,766 68,904 70,632
Oklahoma 1,987 1,974 23,539 25,959 26,508
Oregon 1,433 1,654 23,530 26,139 26,664
Pennsylvania 3,721 3,721 64,218 69,974 71,094
Rhode Island 337 337 6,540 6,474 6,786
South Carolina 1,835 2,246 29,164 33,278 34,908
South Dakota 314 347 5,874 6,176 6,170
Tennessee 5,729 4,183 55,239 58,464 62,149
Texas 11,867 11,477 179,776 177,030 176,313
Utah 1,743 1,743 23,888 23,888 25,060
Vermont 277 227 4,701 4,937 5,317
Virginia 3,839 3,972 54,108 56,300 58,289
Washington 2,711 2,474 40,357 41,643 41,397
West Virginia 747 871 12,422 12,977 13,303
Wisconsin 1,184 1,542 30,271 31,444 32,159
Wyoming 81 307 4,718 4,683 4,826
Puerto Rico 2,450 2,550 18,749 19,045 21,603

See footnotes at end of Table 2b

 

Table 2b. Provisional number of divorces: Each state and Puerto Rico, December 2008 and 2009, and cumulative figures, 2007-2009

[By state of occurrence. Divorces include reported annulments]

Area December 20091 December 20082 January-December 2009 1 January-December 20082 January-December 20072
Alabama 1,651 1,627 20,158 20,311 21,255
Alaska 381 260 3,324 2,998 2,897
Arizona3 1,916 2,051 23,140 23,985 24,515
Arkansas 1,355 1,052 16,262 15,755 16,858
California --- --- --- --- ---
Colorado 1,901 1,794 21,197 20,993 21,177
Connecticut 1,016 1,324 10,837 12,016 11,194
Delaware 231 281 3,417 3,057 3,215
District of Columbia 115 111 1,324 1,562 994
Florida 6,055 6,082 79,915 79,859 84,373
Georgia --- --- --- --- ---
Hawaii --- --- --- --- ---
Idaho 635 591 7,700 7,429 7,348
Illinois 2,740 2,775 32,746 32,497 33,239
Indiana --- --- --- --- ---
Iowa 530 699 7,298 7,752 7,622
Kansas 1,027 1,776 10,303 9,953 9,426
Kentucky 1,634 1,675 19,931 19,690 19,743
Louisiana --- --- --- --- ---
Maine 279 492 5,323 5,585 5,614
Maryland 1,288 1,482 15,221 16,167 16,662
Massachusetts 1,274 837 12,725 12,871 14,644
Michigan 3,006 2,547 32,456 33,527 34,502
Minnesota --- --- --- --- ---
Mississippi 821 950 12,210 12,659 13,095
Missouri 1,814 1,918 23,299 22,132 22,223
Montana 399 276 3,904 4,042 3,901
Nebraska 153 510 5,379 5,914 6,151
Nevada 1,531 1,379 17,682 16,909 16,593
New Hampshire 279 409 4,868 5,080 4,981
New Jersey 1,957 2,024 23,978 25,766 25,687
New Mexico4 626 431 7,969 8,148 8,434
New York3 4,171 4,607 46,070 53,151 55,068
North Carolina 2,895 2,895 36,708 35,618 36,205
North Dakota 71 165 1,596 1,908 1,925
Ohio 2,312 2,844 36,861 38,067 38,884
Oklahoma 1,475 1,587 16,858 19,424 18,954
Oregon 1,067 1,168 13,277 14,809 14,499
Pennsylvania 3,138 3,138 28,828 34,411 35,508
Rhode Island 222 222 3,345 2,805 3,006
South Carolina 939 858 12,222 12,802 13,194
South Dakota 242 259 2,627 2,449 2,442
Tennessee 2,148 2,045 25,843 26,546 26,501
Texas 2,014 6,633 76,909 79,840 77,810
Utah 1,849 846 10,739 10,013 9,491
Vermont 279 250 2,102 2,252 2,256
Virginia 2,793 2,817 28,527 29,456 29,516
Washington 2,187 2,265 26,251 25,728 26,138
West Virginia 736 720 9,237 8,895 9,299
Wisconsin 1,525 1,334 17,270 16,885 16,458
Wyoming 79 222 2,833 2,667 2,610
Puerto Rico 1,661 1,515 14,920 14,880 15,454

--- Data not available.

1Figures based on monthly counts and may be underreported.

2Figures based on final annual counts.

3Figures for marriages are licenses issued for some counties.

4Figures for marriages are marriage licenses issued.

NOTE: Figures include all revisions received from the states and, therefore, may differ from those previously published; see "Technical Notes."

 

 
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